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  • Canadian Government Supports New Infrared Grain-Sorting Technology at Winnipeg-Based Feed Mill

    The owners of a Winnipeg feed mill will receive $1.1 million to install two new infrared grain sorters which will identify and remove undesirable grain kernels, significantly increasing the value of the final product, Minister of State Kevin Sorenson along with Member of Parliament Lawrence Toet, on behalf of Federal Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz, and Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Rural ...

  • BroomEx push broom goes against the grain

    BroomEx Push Broom are different from other push brooms. Designed with patented side retainers to hold bulk volumes of material in front of the brush, the C-Broom avoids spillage at the sides. In itself that represents a major time-saving which, coupled with the ease and speed of mounting the brush to a telehandler, skidsteer, fork lift or category II three-point hitch, makes the C-Broom the ...


    By Wessex International

  • Strong focus on soils at Cummins GRDC Update

    Probing soil moisture and building soil carbon will be key topics explored at the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) Update at Cummins on August 11. GRDC Southern Regional Panel chair David Shannon said growers on the lower Eyre Peninsula often dealt with ‘difficult’ soils and were keen for information to assist them in managing their soils. “The lower Eyre Peninsula is a very ...

  • The Excitement builds ahead of the 22nd Equita show

    Last summer, horse-riding brought France eight new Olympic champions in Rio, resulting in greater public interest for equestrian sports. Equita - the Lyon equestrian show organised by GL events - is the largest indoor equestrian event in France (in terms of the number of horses present and the number of visitors per day). This year, the show will be celebrating its twenty-second edition ...


    By GL events Nec Ltd.

  • Farmer-to-farmer videos improve rice production worldwide

    In a new blog entry, Worldwatch Research Intern Alex Tung reports on efforts by smallholder rice farmers to improve production through instructional videos developed and distributed by farmers themselves. Some 80 percent of the world"s rice production is grown by smallholder farmers in developing countries, according to the ...


    By Worldwatch Institute

  • Kenyan Professor promotes indigenous crops to solve Africa’s food crises

    In Kenya, a devastating cycle of drought and flood reflects the worst that climate change has to offer. These and other more insiduous impacts of warming temperatures threaten the health and survival of the nation's poorest and most at-risk inhabitants, namely women and children. The average yearly income in Kenya is less than US$1,000, 60 percent of the population is below poverty level, and ...


    By Worldwatch Institute

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